Can I withdraw or transfer money from my Stash account whenever I want?
You can transfer or withdraw your money out of your Stash account whenever you want, but you can only do so out of your Stash banking account or your portfolio cash in your investment portfolios.
If you want to transfer or withdraw your investments, you’ll have to sell those first, then wait for them to settle. It can take 5-10 business days for the sale to process and settle. After the sales settle, your money will be available to transfer or withdraw. You will not be able to transfer or withdraw your funds until the sales have settled.
Follow the steps here to sell an investment.
Keep in mind that referral and promotional funds must remain in your Stash account for at least 90 calendar days before they can be transferred.
Transfers into Stash may be held for up to six business days before they can be transferred out.
Stash Banking services provided by Stride Bank, N.A., Member FDIC.
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